Do We Really Forget In Alzheimer’s?

Dheeraj Roy

Is memory loss in early Alzheimer’s disease the result of information being erased from the brain or because it cannot be accessed or retrieved? Dheeraj Roy, Postdoctoral Associate at The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard shares how strengthening connections between neurons in the brain can help boost memory recall and bring back the supposedly lost memories.

Dheeraj Roy

Dheeraj Roy is a neuroscientist and Postdoctoral Associate at The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and a member of The Picower Institute for Learning and Memory. His studies have taken him from Drexel University to Harvard University to MIT, helping him to realize his passion for neuroscience. Over the years, his research has led him to make groundbreaking discoveries in memory retrieval that could change the lives of Alzheimer’s sufferers.
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